A Walk Across America - Study Guide Chapter 27-30 Summary & Analysis

Peter Jenkins (travel author)
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In Chapter 27, Peter finds a dinner where he is given his meal has already been paid for although the waitress explains that she was instructed not to tell who is responsible. Peter hits Mobile and has to stop to get another job. It is in this town that Peter becomes a tree surgeon working with a group of men to take care of sick trees in the town.

In Chapter 28, Peter is invited to a wild party. He decides to go and tries to have a good time and take along his camera. On the way Peter sees billboards advertising a revival. Peter thinks it odd that they could afford a billboard since his idea is that all revivals happen in tents with little money backing them. After passing two more billboards Peter decides to forgo the big part and walks into the...

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